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Jerusalem Gateway Project: “We reckon that around 1,000 vehicles pass through the spot an hour, at peak times – that is if people’s driving habits don’t change.”
Max Borger, the son of Iris and Elie Borger of Teaneck, New Jersey, proved last Saturday that there is still hope for the young generation of American Jews.
"There is already terrible traffic across the city, and now there'll be even more," Yasser Tabiya, a Jerusalem-based taxi driver said.
The reopening of a non-kosher restaurant in the city is a reminder that the battle for the soul of the city is not over.
By PEGGY CIDOR
“This nightlife that has developed here over the years is ruining the lives of residents in the area, and harming our income from our hard work as merchants,” said Nino Peretz.
Roads in the Old City are closed to enable thousands of people to make their way on foot to the Temple Mount.
By BENJY SINGER
If the nightlife in the market is closed down, the exodus from Jerusalem by young people will become irreversible, and it won’t be limited to secular young people.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Danny Bonfil, Jerusalem region chairman of the Histadrut labor federation, reportedly threatened opposition leader Ofer Berkovitch (Hitorerut) this week.
What would happen if you’re invited to a bat mitzvah that takes place in the “egalitarian” area? First I’d say no, but then I would check the case. Progressive Jewry is not a problem in Jerusalem.
By GIL HOFFMAN,PEGGY CIDOR
A former IDF colonel, Maixner currently serves as CEO of IMCO Industries, a Tel Aviv Stock Exchange-listed defense company, and previously served as CEO of Merkavim and Hod Assaf Industries.
By EYTAN HALON
An encounter with Deputy Mayor Hagit Moshe
A look into the issues plaguing Jerusalem’s public bus system
By ARIEL DOMINIQUE HENDELMAN
Police said in a statement that they suspect that they will “keep investigating misconducts, carried out in a conflict of interest.”
By UDI SHAHAM
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